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Healthy pregnancy by Lynn Huggins-Cooper, Infinite Ideas

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23. Workplace woes

You’ll inevitably have to cope with tiredness at work. How can you organise your day to maximise your effectiveness but minimise the impact on you?

You may be worried about how your news will be received at work, and early pregnancy, when you may want to keep your news to yourself is when you are most likely to feel tired and sick.

You may be concerned about how you are going to cope with your job as your pregnancy progresses. If you keep your colleagues in the loop, you are more likely to manage.

You may sail through your pregnancy at work, feeling neither tired not sick. Most of us do feel the strain, at least a little. You can help yourself by eating healthily and resting during breaks when you can, to keep up your ...

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